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2 5

Zero edge control

I cannot tell you how excited I was to get my hands on this deck. I have this deck as well as 5 others from various companies (including FULL rocker boards), and have been riding for 7 years. I 'thought' that the frostbite edges WITH a little camber underfoot would really be a great combo for gripping the snow in all conditions. Boy was I wrong. This thing is extremely washy and does not hold and edge no matter how hard you try. I live in Park City where the snow is usually great with plenty of pow, but when the pow turns into hardpack mixed with some icy conditions, this board is worthless. I feel out of control.
I will say this thing is pretty floaty in pow though. I've had a couple great days with over 2 feet and this thing just wants to jump up to the top.

Overall- not a good all around deck, but fun in pow.
Not recommended.

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Couldn't agree more! Took the deck out for it's maiden voyage to Revelstoke and was completely diassapointed. By the end of the day I wanted to leave it in the parking lot. Absolutely NO edge control. Tried various binding variations and stances and still could not lay an effective edge, especially in steep/fast terrain. Powder the board perfomred well, and flatland was fun, but majority of the time I was really fighting the board. I am gonna give it some getting used to time, but if no improvements I am gonna have to let it go.

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LetShred's review is dead on. I am a long standing Burton fan and was very excited to get this deck. What a disappointment. Washed out with really poor edge control on typical east coast icy surfaces. I could probably get used to it, but why waste a half season adapting to this nightmare when lib-tech makes awesome magnatraction boards that have claw-like grip out of the box? This board is a complete waste of time. Still like Burton for the camber boards but STAY AWAY from this one if you have any kind of remotely icy situation.